The Bugatti Veyron, while no longer in production, is one of the greatest – and fastest – road cars you could ever dream of owning. But probably not this one.
It’s been created by German car modifying company Mansory, which is known for crafting some of the most outrageous one-off versions of high performance supercars – the kind that your brain would struggle to imagine.
The luxury car modification outfit Mansory has cooked up an attention-grabbing rework of a high-end favorite. Following last fall’s carbon fiber rejuvenation of the Ferrari 488, the customization firm takes on the Bugatti Veyron for its latest production.
While the panels on this £1.5million Bugatti Veyron might look like the freshly-polished floors of a hotel lobby, it’s actually carbon fibre.
Dubbed the Vivere Final Diamond Edition by Moti, Mansory’s spin on the Bugatti Veyron outfits the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 in carbon fiber — specifically, a new “carbon fabric” known as Marble Collage is utilized. The car’s hood, wings, front lip, LED running lights, air intakes, rear exhausts and more are also given cosmetic and functional upgrades, making for a sharp, bold new exterior and some moderate technological improvements.
You can check out Mansory’s Bugatti Veyron Vivere Final Diamond Edition by Moti below . Earlier, Bugatti also introduced the luxurious new 2019 iteration of the popular Chiron model.
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